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Lack of access to basic health care services

Lack of access to basic health care services and variations in care quality are persistent problems in many of the world’s regions – not only those in which the majority of the population is served by a publicly funded health system but also in developed markets. Funding shortfalls combined with other market drivers can produce a variety of situations that negatively impact access. Lack of clinicians to properly diagnose and treat illness also limits patient access to care. Refugee crisis, ongoing large-scale people movement, and management of fast-moving diseases (e.g., Ebola, Zika) are straining health and social service systems and driving demand for more health care professionals around the world.

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